There are many careers that are very stressful and one which regularly tops the list of most stressful careers is being an enlisted service member. Stress management programs are crucial in helping Soldiers cope with stress because of the long term measure they are experiencing. Frequent and long deployments, immediate danger and fast paced, high workload environments all contribute to the high rate of suicides among service members. Stress is both directly and indirectly linked to a host of mental and physical problems.
(Breel 2). By using repetition in his statement he magnifies the severity of depression. He also intensifies his point by mentioning suicide, which is an extreme side effect of depression. Both Breel’s upfront experience with depression and his phraseology
In this article written by Bob Woods (2008) he discusses an interpretative rates of suicide along with precipitating factors and methods aging individuals use in their death of suicide. Woods also discusses the correlation between attempts and deaths by suicide as well as what can be done to prevent suicides among our aging population. When discussing the suicide rates among aging population, he demonstrates the rate of suicides per 100,000 people between groupings of males and females in the age categories of 65-74 and 75+ and the rates in which they exist in different countries. Including; Ireland, UK, USA, Japan, France, Hungary, and a global perspective. Although historically older men have been the highest rate of suicide among the countries above, in recent years the highest rates is now among younger men.
Depression can cause severe symptoms that can affect how you feel, think, and handle your daily activities. Depression is always accompanied by sense of suffering as well as the belief that escape from it, is hopeless.
This kind of depression is called reactive depression. The theory of the environment explains the development of depression in terms of adverse social conditions. So, financial problems, loneliness, an unfavorable environment form a constant psycho-traumatic situation. Against the background of this situation, under the influence of other endogenous and exogenous causes, a depressive disorder is formed. Most often the cause of reactive depression is a severe psychological trauma, such as illness or death of a loved on, divorce, childlessness, loneliness, moving to another city or country, experienced physical or psychological violence, job loss and financial problems.
When the anxiety attack kicks in clients feel numb, shaky, and their muscles feel wobbly. During the emotional domain area, clients suffer from depression, when anxiety and depression combine it leads to the client having to take medication to balance both conditions. The cognitive domain, people with anxiety tend to have negative distortions on the way they look at themselves and the world they live in. An other social challenge is patients with anxiety worry about everything and have a major fear of embarrassing or making mistakes in front of people. And lastly a challenge in the leisure domain would be that that when in new places or trying new activities they might feel anxious and stress.
In my professional opinion, I believe that Paul ██████ was afflicted with clinical depression, narcissistic personality disorder, and abused defense mechanisms to the point of self-harm, which led to his suicide. The patient had a loss of pleasure in everyday activities, was underweight, and was withdrawn from family and friends. This highly suggests he had been suffering from severe clinical depression that was left untreated (Mayo Staff Clinic). Depression is a medical illness that alters one 's behavioural, physical, and emotional self negatively, affecting all ages (Smith & Segal). The patient also exhibited signs of narcissistic personality disorder; large self-expenses, inflated sense of self worth, and a need to be around the wealthy,
Such characteristics include poor health and self-perception, depression or sleeping disorder, drug consumption, edginess, inability to concentrate, emotional instability, and stressful life circumstances (“Suicidal Thoughts”). Suicidal warning sides include drug and alcohol abuse, loss of family or friends, mood swings, withdraw from friends, taking unusual risks, irritability, poor performance at school or work, and fatigue or sleeping problems (Goldman 48). Finally, there are three things to do to aid in the prevention of suicide among adolescents. The first is to address significant family relations. Next is to be aware of risk indicators such as drugs or alcohol.
Poverty can adversely affect the population in so many ways. Families living in poverty can face emotional and social challenges, cognitive lacks and health and safety issues and acute and chronic stresses. Levels of stress increase with the economic circumstances. Subsequent poverty and job loss are associated with violence in families, including child and elder abuse. These families are also more likely to be exposed to illnesses, job loss, eviction, criminal victimization and family death.
(MIP-1)The character Najmah had developed PTSD from witnessing the most painful thing anybody could witness her mother and brother’s death, her signs and symptoms of PTSD example what millions of people go through. (SIP-A)Najmah had developed many PTSD signs and symptoms which some of which are not speaking, and horrible flashbacks,and triggers.(STEWE-1)With Najmh witnessing that horrible event, Najmah had developed PTSD. Najmah had developed the symptom of not talking “It’s been more than two weeks since I’ve last spoken and I’m not certain I will ever be able to speak again”(Staples,110). Najmah was struggling with PTSD she used not talking as a way she dealt with the loss of her mother and baby brother.(STEWE-2)Another way her mother and
Chapman killed Lennon without any reason other than being offended about Lennon’s ideologies and being too mentally unstable to understand what he was doing at the time. After Lennon 's death everyone was devastated and Yoko Ono, Lennon’s wife, responded by saying that “this is not the end of an era, the 80s are still going to be a beautiful time, and John believed it,” (Feeney 1) The Beatles had been broken up for more than a decade but for many John Lennon’s death signified something more “the murder was something else. It was an assassination, a ritual slaying of something that could hardly be named. Hope, perhaps; or idealism. Or time.
As of 2013, the tenth leading cause of death in the United States was suicide (National Center for Injury and Prevention Control, 2013). Suicide has become a tragic reality for many in this country. In some cases, someone may be pondering suicide and as a way to escape their problems. In other instances, a family or close friend may have lost a loved one to suicide and, therefore, may experience traumatic grief. Of the U.S. population that has died by suicide 2012, 22.2% of those were veterans (U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, 2012). Veteran suicide has become a concern for many citizens but getting the veterans to accept help is sometimes difficult.